It’s not the “retirement” Joanie Schirm imagined. A family mystery turned into a global quest, a journey of discovery, and a personal transformation into an internationally respected scholar, teacher and author. Her new book is a great read and a powerful reminder of the dangers of human aggression and intolerance and the power of love and compassion.
Multi-instrumentalist, composer and conductor Benoit Glazer risked his family’s entire life savings in order to launch a cultural movement inside the family’s home. See how is passion for the arts has forever changed an entire community.
The more we value experience, the more interested we become in travel. Many people over 50 say they regret not traveling more, and would do it more if they had an extra 30 years. News flash: you do have an extra 30 years. See how travel can charge your spiritual and creative batteries.
Our lives are becoming increasingly non-linear with respect to major life events. We can go to school, change careers, start a new business or pursue a new relationship at any age. So, what’s holding you back? Gear up for what’s next.
If you want to keep moving, then you have to keep moving. That statement sounds simple but it provokes some interesting reactions from many people. So why do we exercise? Why should we exercise? Here are the answers.
Growing Bolder Medical Director Dr. Robert Masson has accepted a challenge to help transform one of the world’s most important medical procedures. Be the Match, the global leader in bone marrow transplantation, challenged Dr. Masson to re-invent the procedure by which bone marrow is harvested and transplanted. They wanted something that was minimally invasive, painless and quick — something that would encourage more donation of life-saving marrow. They came to the right guy.
The global anti-aging market is approaching $200 billion every year — ageism is a profitable business model! But you can fight back against those age-related fears. Wrinkles, gray hair and saggy skin don’t depreciate your value. Here’s more.
Passion, enthusiasm and optimism are the cornerstones of a successful life. As we grow older, it’s imperative that we surround ourselves with those who share those values, because no attitude is as potentially harmful as a negative belief system about aging.
If you haven’t already, start to transition from accumulating stuff to getting rid of stuff. Less is more, so now is a great time to begin downsizing. It’s part of the Growing Bolder experience. Here’s why.
If you don’t practice visualization — give it a try! There’s no harm in imagining the feeling of success, and there can be a tremendous upside (just ask some of the world’s top athletes). Here’s how it applies to Growing Bolder, and your ability to reprogram yourself and start Rebranding Aging®.